PodPress code twice in sourcecode
please, try to rule out that this is caused by one of your many plugins. Deactivate all the other plugins and see whether or not the doubled section occurs. If it not occurs then activate the plugins one by one and control the source code each time in order to find out which plugin it is.
If I know which plugin interferes with podPress or vice versa, I can try to fix the problem.
It is possible that the problem is related to your theme but that not very likely.
I am not really sure, but it could be Wishlist member. Maybe they load the code in the normal blogposts and again in the members only blogposts (both have some audio files played with podpress).
It’s bit risky to deactivate it because I have members listening and watching content during the day.
The plugin is not free by the way. Here is the site where they sell the plugin: http://member.wishlistproducts.com/
I deactived a lot of other plugins which didn’t gave me the solution.
it would be great if you could make this test yourself. Because I would have to buy that wishlist plugin first.
There are maintenance mode plugins for WordPress (e.g. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-maintenance-mode) which you could use to signal your listeners that you are going to make a short maintenance break and that break would be short. Deactivating that plugin, reloading the page and looking into the source code, activating the plugin and deactivating the maintenance mode would take probably not more than 5 minutes.
If you use this maintenance mode plugin then you as a logged in user will be able to see your weblog. but all not logged in people would see a special page.
You may also write a short post in your blog a couple of days before you make this test to warn your listeners that the maintenance mode will be at a certain date.
On the other hand the theme could also be involved. You can test that without the maintenance or deactivating the wishlist plugin.
I would use Firebug for Firefox to view the source code of e.g. the Twenty Ten theme in the theme preview.
On Site Admin > Appearance > Themes is the list of themes. You can choose to Activate | Preview | Delete a non-active theme. Open the preview of your blog with the Twenty Ten theme. When you have Firebug installed: make a click with the right mouse button on the preview and see what is in the
<head>section which is in that preview-iframe.
Is there a doubled podPress section?
someone has reported a comparable problem. It is probably not exactly the same but he hadobserved also a doubled podPress script section.
The cause of this was that a different plugin called the function wp_peint_scripts directly to make sure that the jQuery script library is present. But calling this function is not a good idea because it contains Action Hooks which are used by other plugin. Furthermore this function gets called during a typical request of a blog page.
If this function gets called manually once more then you will get such a doubled script section.
That is why your should look for
wp_print_scriptsin the .php files of your theme (or plugins). If it is
wp_print_scripts('jquery');then you can probably replace it with
wp_enqueue_script('jquery');. Otherwise post the whole line here.
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